How does Curbside work?
Curbside is an easy way to pick up lunch, dinner, coffee, dessert, and plan your weekly meals all in one contact-free stop.
Read the Menu and Order Online
When can I order online?
Tuesday-Friday, 4 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
The hospitality ministry staff is available during this time to help curbside customers. We wish online ordering could be available 24/7, but these are the times we can best serve you.
Need help with an online order?
Contact us during Curbside business hours: Tuesday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-610-3558
What day/time should I schedule my pick up?
Pick up Tuesday-Friday at 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Beverage Service begins at 9 a.m. Please add your preferred pick up day/time in the “special instructions” field when ordering online. Preorders are welcomed and encouraged!
How do I pick up my order?
Park in the surface lot at St. David’s Episcopal Church (entrance on San Jacinto before 7th street).
Pull into one of the “Curbside” designated spots.
TEXT us at 512-643-7972 with the name on the order and the parking spot number.
We will reply to your text and bring out the order.
Please open your trunk or back window. A masked employee will place your order safely in your car.
Watch our “How to Curbside” video for a demonstration.
What is the difference between ready-to-heat and frozen meals?
Ready-to-heat items come fully prepared to be cooked at home. Detailed cooking instructions are included. Please follow heating safety instructions by checking the food’s internal temperature with a kitchen thermometer. Chef Ray recommends this thermometer for home cooks.
Frozen items can be preordered or added to any meal pick-up. These meals also come with heating instructions. Frozen casseroles need to be fully thawed prior to baking. Thawing is best for 24 hours uncovered in your refrigerator then at room temperature for 30 minutes. Check before baking. Chef Ray recommends keeping a few frozen casseroles handy for nights when you just don’t want to cook!